January 5, 2019|www.visionmonday.com


Framing a New Year’s Resolution

NEW YORK—Resolutions are a particularly personal thing—often, we start the New Year off striving to improve our lives or ourselves in ways we might not want to share with others just yet, and it feels better to keep those things private. At the same time, however, some resolutions are better off shared: for example, it might be easier to get fit alongside a gym buddy, while sharing a resolution to read more books could lead to some amazing must-read recommendations. This year, I’m keeping quite a few resolutions close to my chest, but there is one I want to share.
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A new president for Satisloh, vision insurance and Millennials, Shopko debuts freestanding stores, VisionWatch report on retail and Eye Health America’s investments all topped this week’s VMAIL news feed. Click on the headlines below to catch up on anything you might have missed.

Richard Hughes Named President of Satisloh North America

Vision Insurance Is Differentiator to Millennials in Job Search

Shopko Debuts Three Freestanding Optical Stores and Plans for More Locations

VisionWatch Report Shows Over $41 Billion in Revenues Ending September 2018

Eye Health America Recaps its Investments and Growth Through 2018

Top New Year's Resolutions for 2019

With a new year upon us, many people are already worrying about shedding all of those holiday pounds. A survey about New Year's resolutions published by Inc. has found that diet and healthy eating tops the resolution list for Americans as they welcome 2019. Exercising more comes in second (65 percent) followed by losing weight (54 percent). Number 10 on the resolutions list is spend more time with family and friends (13 percent). Regardless of whether or not we achieved our previous resolutions, most of us go right ahead and make a new set of resolutions—hoping for the best.
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Is your New Year's resolution to drink more water? Might as well do it in style with this weekend’s #WeShareIt item.

Ringing in the New Year With a Little Nostalgia

The end of the year always seems to bring an atmosphere of reflection with it. We tend to look back on what we could have done better, what we wish we would have done and above all what we’ve learned and how those lessons can usher us into the coming year. On social media, people use the end of the year as an opportunity to connect a bit more by sharing personal anecdotes. From sharing highlights and regrets from the past year, New Year’s resolutions and even baby announcements, the New Year gives people reason to get a bit more nostalgic and sentimental on social media than usual.
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